|Subject:||Re: [fluid-dev] Using multiple soundfonts from unix command line|
|Date:||Tue, 12 Jun 2018 02:02:04 +0200 (CEST)|
>I just want to check my understanding here: Are you saying that playing midi files won't work (in fluidsynth version 1) ?
No, Tom simply said that in version 1.x, the MIDI messages coming from a MIDI file cannot be filtered by the router. But this lack of functionality has been recently added in git repo master.
So, to fix your initial issue (using your first attemp which is the only one correct), there are 2 solutions:
1) if you want your MIDI file messages filtered by the router (using the router rules given by Tom), you need to use version 2.0 (master). (clone or tar from git, than build (cmake,make,..)).
2) if you want to stay with version 1.x, you need to edit your MIDI file and remove all the prog,bank change MIDI messages incompatible with your select command parameters (chan, prog, bank).
Hope you will choose (1).
All the best.
> Message du 11/06/18 23:53
> De : "Matt Wallis" <address@hidden>
> A : "Tom M." <address@hidden>
> Copie à : address@hidden
> Objet : Re: [fluid-dev] Using multiple soundfonts from unix command line
> On 11/06/2018 17:01, Tom M. wrote:
> > Unfortunately, the procedure described above has no effect when playing midi files. I've just implemented it in our latest development version. This feature will be part of fluidsynth 2.0. If you need it now, you'll have to check out the source code from our git repo and build fluidsynth from source.
> Thanks very much for the info.
> I just want to check my understanding here: Are you saying that playing
> midi files won't work (in fluidsynth version 1), as opposed to
> fast-rendering them to a file, which *will* work? So it works with my
> version for fast-rendering- no need to build from source if I'm happy
> just to render to a file?
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